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For me the fastest swing speed racket
1. Fleet ST8
i m curious about the YY nanoflare 800
And also Auraspeed 90s
Anyone can share about these 2?
I am looking to get the 4U (G6 if possible) in Singapore
Which shop has stock?
Thanks in advance
Victor Jetspeed 12 - Highend Victor racket from the 'Speed series'
4U / G5 - lightweight and grip size suitable for beginners upwards
I m looking to get the ert 300
Any suggestions where to get in Singapore?
Can try these two for a feel
Fleet triotech st8
Currently using primarily N90iii stype
Looking for another doubles racket for social intermediate play
At moment narrowed to
Thanks @Rob3rt and @s_mair and all others sharing!
Hungry for more comparisons for the gosen inferno vs the N9ii :):)
I will likely get a N9ii to try anyway
May I ask , other than FHF , is there a relatively large number of Li Ning players using this N9ii?
Anyone know the reason why Li Ning rackets come in 3U but not in 4U?
Thanks @Konquerian and @pierreyj
Appreciate your sharing✌
Currently I m using the N90iii S-type and its head-heavy feel works well with it's...
Thanks for sharing your feel on the N9ii
I m so into it oredi
How about the N7ii
Has anyone compare the N9ii vs the N7ii for playability
tested the black LN1 26lbs on the LN N90iii s-type
when my racket face made contact with the shuttle, it produced a 'ping' that would last a bit...
Great! Thanks Dave010! :)
Appreciate the comparisons for the current LN models
This will be my first LN racket:)
I play doubles n come from the Fleet ST-8
To me, the ST-8...
What I heard about the N90iii, this was created stiff
And then Li Ning came out the 's' type or speed
So the N90iii S type was...
TK Onigiri Orange
Hypernano x 900
I m a leisure player
Non competitive and non sponsored
I have this JS12 since 04 Aug
4U G5, with LN no1 26lbs
My feel about this racket,
Just making a list for rackets to look out for :rolleyes:
* Victor Jetspeed 12
Hi Victor fans
I learnt that for the hypernano X Air is made in China
While the hypernano X Power / Control are made in Taiwan...